Eat food from each group but make healthy choices.
Eat nine servings of fruits and vegetables.
Eat some protein at each meal.
Say “NO” to alcohol.
Leave the leftovers.
Eat slowly and enjoy your food.
Eat regularly to avoid binges.
Avoid foods that are high in sugar and saturated fat.
When you want to reduce weight; eat as usual but reduce the portion size.
Make healthy choices while eating out.
Always check ingredients and nutrients whenever buying some packaged food.
Take enough sleep; at least 8 hours each day.
Avoid food craving by diverting brain to some other activity.
Instead of having 3 big meals, spread them in 5-6 meals.
Make gradual and sustainable changes in your eating habits like having water instead of soda with your food etc.
Don’t restrict your diet but look for healthy substitute which you can continue in your whole life.
Create a proper workout routine and stick to it.
Even if you lost your desired weight, stick to your good habits and keep continue your workout because this is not only good for health, you may get your weight back if you don’t.
Listen to your body. If you are feeling muscle cramping, chest pains, fatigued or winded, thirsty, lightheaded or dizzy. Stop and check it out. Take rest if not relieved, visit your doctor. That way you can catch possible health problems early rather than risk injury and lose hold.